Dismantling systemic racism with the intentional organization of Black parents


Dismantling systemic racial inequities through collective organizing and intentional engagement of African American parents and communities. Advocating for high quality educational opportunities and equitable distribution of resources.

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Core beliefs
  • We believe that every child has a right to a fair and equitable education.

  • We believe that every child is capable of reaching their full potential when educational opportunities are made equitable. 


  • We believe that the achievement gap can be eliminated when initiatives focus on improving the environment and system in which the child exists.


  • We believe that parents/guardians are the greatest advocates for their children. When communities of parents/guardians are empowered, they can gain access to institutional resources and support. 


  • We believe that the students should have co-ownership of their academic success in partnership with teachers, parents, administrators, and district leaders.


  • We believe that when teachers and administrators actively seek to include anti-racist education in their classrooms and curriculum; regularly reflect on their own practices and speak out against discriminatory practices observed around them, then the color of a student’s skin will not be a predicament of their academic outcome.


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oUR events
  • Black Parent Empowerment Workshop
    Apr 17, 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
    Join the Parents of African American community to learn how to dismantle systemic racial inequities in education to get better access and results through these programs.
  • Media Center Coordinator Virtual Panel
    Nov 17, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Facebook LIVE
    The impacts of COVID 19 with our Media Center Coordinators and how they are making ways to keep us all connected.
  • Black Parent Empowerment Workshop: Access to Advanced Academics, Part II
    Tue, Jul 21
    Jul 21, 2020, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Part II of Black Parent Empowerment Workshop of increasing access to advanced academics and academic rigor. Join the discussion as we focus specifically on equity with virtual learning.
  • Education Data Points that Matter for Black Families
    Nov 19, 2019, 8:00 PM – Nov 20, 2019, 9:30 PM
    Durham, NC, USA
    The school District has exceeded growth, the suspensions for the District are down, and there are 40% Black teachers. However, there is still more work to be done. Join us for a call to analyze the data further and determine school advocacy needs.

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